Sakshi Maharaj has blamed Rahul Gandhi’s Kedarnath yatra for the Nepal earthquake. Whether he made the remarks in sardonic jest or in all seriousness, Maharaj was displaying classic troll behavior – no matter what the event, no matter how unrelated, find a way to tie it to your opposition leader and flog your pet cause.
After BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj propounded his wisdom claiming in a statement in Haridwar that the Nepal earthquake was not caused by interactions of tectonic plates but by Rahul Gandhi's visit to Kedarnath, Sadhvi Prachi has followed suit, creating a furore on Twitter.
BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj once again courted controversy this time seeking to link the devastating Nepal earthquake to Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi's visit to Kedarnath.
Sakshi Maharaj demanded that a strict law for family planning be brought in for all and those who do not follow it should be stripped of their voting right.
The funny thing is that the media believes that by reporting his tasteless and ignorant remarks it is exposing and challenging his views. But the fact is that it is Bhagwat who is having the last laugh.
MIM leader Akbaruddin Owaisi termed the RSS as a "club of bachelors" and said that those who advocate producing more children have no right to say so.
Firebrand BJP MP Yogi Adityanath has stoked a fresh controversy saying VHP's 'Ghar Wapsi' programme will continue unless conversions are banned and claimed India's problem was "vote bank politics fuelled by jehadi fervour".
Titled 'Ek Budi Ladki (A Bad Girl)', the chart puts out nine qualities, obviously bad, that are the hallmarks of female shame
In a surprsing move, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwati has snubbed BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj who caused an uproar when he propagated that every Hindu woman must produce four children.
Controversial BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj on Wednesday did an about turn and praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Taking strong exception to VHP leader Sadhvi Prachi's controversial statement on 'love jihad', UP minister Ramgovind Chaudhary on Wednesday said action will be taken against those trying to spoil communal amity.
Sakshi Maharaj mimes rowing a boat to illustrate what will happen if Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government ignores Hindu nationalist demands.
President Obama made an inspiring speech calling for religious tolerance and diversity everywhere. But why did Modi-baiters see in it a denunciation of the man, and Modi-bhakts get defensive and angry about it?
Conspiracy theorists can relax. There's no Muslim ticking bomb and Hindus are not in danger of being reduced to a minority in their own country.
The BJP may have issued a show cause notice to its controversial MP Sakshi Maharaj for his comment that Hindu women must bear four children to ensure Hindus don't become a minority community in the country, but sangh parivaar groups - such as the VHP - are in no mood to restrict their Hindutva agenda.
After Sakshi Maharaj, another BJP leader in Bengal said Hindu mothers should produce five children. Are BJP leaders racing for who can stoop the lowest?
BJP national spokesperson Syed Shahnawaz Hussain on Tuesday said the party's Unnao MP Sakshi Maharaj has been asked to explain his controversial remarks.
The BJP may have sought an explain within ten days from Sakshi Maharaj but that was not the end of the matter though. There was Sadhvi Prachi who made a similar statement a few days ago and there’s a Goa minister who wants to open centres to treat gays and lesbians and make them 'normal'.
In denial? Sakshi Maharaj says hasn't got any show-cause notice, tells media to stay out of BJP's internal matter
BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj said he was unaware of any show-cause notice against him from the party over his remarks and termed it as an "internal matter" of BJP.
Controversial BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj on Tuesday denied that he was served a show-cause notice by BJP for his remarks asking Hindu women to give birth to four children.